McCain Slap Chips have taken South Africa by storm as a firm family favourite, perfect for sharing and connecting people together. There is nothing like the moment of excitement when you open the newspaper and see those soft and delicious chips, splashed with vinegar. McCain Slap Chips and J’Something have taken the original slap chip to the next level and amplified the excitement by putting a spin on three traditional South African dishes. McCain Slap Chips take just minutes to prepare. All you do is fry them from frozen for 5 minutes, put them into a bowl, splash over some vinegar and a sprinkling of salt, then cover with cling film and allow to rest for a few minutes and you have the perfect slap chips which are easy to make at home. If you love being in the kitchen and creating tasty meals you should try all the recipes that J’Something has come up with using McCain Slap Chips. There is a recipe for a traditional Kota, a not so traditional Bunny Chow and a delicious masala steak Gatsby. You can now make these delicious meals at home for family and friends using McCain Slap Chips, the recipes are quick and easy to make not to mention incredibly tasty. McCain loves to be a part of your special moments and that is why we are giving you an opportunity to have a moment with J’Something. McCain Slap Chips is giving one lucky winner and two of their friends a chance to win a McCain lunch date with J’Something. All you need to do to enter is go onto the McCain Facebook page and post your pic to the comment section of the competition post with the hashtag #McCainLunchDate.
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